Gabriel Byrne

Gabriel Byrne appears in the following:

Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne Star in Eugene O'Neill's Late Masterpiece

Friday, June 03, 2016

Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne and Michael Shannon star in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” now on Broadway.

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“James X”

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Playwright/performer Gerard Mannix Flynn talks about the U.S. premiere of “James X.” An Irish government tribunal of inquiry into institutions responsible for cruel and inhumane treatment of children is in session. In the foyer, James X, one of those children, now a man, anxiously prepares to offer the testimony which he hopes will unshackle him from the past. “James X” is playing at 45 Bleecker Street.

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Impressions of 9/11: Gabriel Byrne

Friday, September 09, 2011

All this week we've brought you impressions of 9/11 from people we've spoken to over the past year. Our last installment in this series is from renowned actor Gabriel Byrne. Leonard spoke with him in May and after the show the staff asked him to reflect on the events 10 years ago.


Gabriel Byrne, Ireland’s Cultural Ambassador

Friday, May 20, 2011

Renowned Irish actor Gabriel Byrne, Ireland’s cultural ambassador, discusses organizing the exhibition “Revisiting the Quiet Man: Ireland on Film” at MoMA, which explores representations of Irish identity in cinema. Byrne chose films with key themes—an emigré’s sense of “home,” politics, the role of women, religion, and Irish identity, including “The Quiet Man,” “The Dead,” “The Informer,” “The Wind That Shakes the Barley,” “In the Name of the Father,” and “Hunger.” Byrne will also discuss the Imagine Ireland program in New York City, and his cultural ambassadorship.

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Guest Picks: Gabriel Byrne

Friday, May 20, 2011

Read to find out what Gabriel Byrne is secretly a fan of.


Gabriel Byrne on HBO’s “In Treatment”

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Gabriel Byrne plays therapist Paul Weston in the innovative new HBO series "In Treatment." The show follows him through his week of sessions with 4 clients.

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American Unreason

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Is American society anti-intellectual? Also: some great names from the stage and screen world. David Strathairn and Tony Award-winning playwright Richard Nelson talk about "Conversations in Tusculum," their new play at the Public. Alan Cumming, who's starring in a revival of Chekhov’s “The Seagull.” And...Gabriel Byrne on his role as ...